Born Ashtead, Surrey, England 1940. Researched Chatfield around the world and have over 39,100 names and records on a GEDCOM file available to download plus 18,220 UK Chatfield bmd's from 1837 - 2007 with many back to the 1500's as well as separate Australia, New Zealand and South Africa bmd. Now retired and living in France. A Google Search 'Chatfield Chazelles' finds me. Genealogists are welcome to come and visit, I have B&B but obviously have very special low rates for Chatfield connected genealogists. Photo is of All Saints Street, Hastings, Sussex where some of my ancestors lived in the 1800's. It has hardly changed for centuries.
RE: Sarah King FaG 147015821 Hi Colin, What I meant when I noted that the Purewa cemetery office has no record of her, is that they have no record of YOUR Sarah King. The Sarah in Block B Row 3 Plot 16 was aged 70, according to the headstone, or 72 according to her death record, and died on 12 June 1896, not 1886. The burial record at the office says she was born in Bath, England, and her husband was James Polyblank King whose name is also on the headstone. The Sarah King who died on 12 August 1886 is buried in Hokitika, on the West Coast of the South Island. Kind regards, Elaine
Surname: Chatfield Forenames: Daisy Evelyn Gender: Female Age group: Adult Age: 89 Last known address: 49 Roebuck Road Gisborne 4010 Type: Ash Burial Date of Burial: 25/01/2008 Time of Burial: 1:00pm Cemetery: Taruheru
Block: 30 Plot #: 422 Warrant Number: 22579
I notice there is no memorial for her husband, here is the info if you would like to have it:
Her husband, Doug's information is as follows:
Surname: Chatfield Forenames: Denis Douglas Judson Gender: Male Age group: Adult Age: 58 Last known address: Unknown Type: Burial Date of Burial: 31/10/1978 Cemetery: Taruheru
Block: 30 Plot #: 422 Warrant Number: 24059
Feel free to use my picture from Daisy's memorial for her husband.
"I wonder why you haven't done the simple research to find out who she was." There is no such thing as a simple research especially in early western NY. I was transcribing cemetery records so anyone who was related would know where is was buried. If she were related, I would have done research and added some bio information. I noticed on many of your entries there is minimal information. Sue